Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The Record Machine signs Lazy

Posted By on Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 11:24 AM

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Lazy (also known around town as Lazy K) recently signed to the indie label extraordinaire the Record Machine, which has scooped up talented local bands like Cowboy Indian Bear, Max Justus, Soft Reeds, Capybara and Sam Billen. 

Lazy will be frolicking about on a western tour in Denver and beyond until August 12 (balls). Keeping one's eyes peeled for appearances around town is recommended: the band's trippy, vaguely tropical garage rock is well worth the wait.

Check out a song that's going to be released on Lazy's forthcoming fall 7-inch after the jump. 


7/27 Denver, CO at Rhino Glob 

7/28 Salt Lake City, UT at The Woodshed 
7/29 Twin Falls, ID at 8th St House 
7/30 Eugene, OR at John Henry's 
7/31 Olympia, WA at Track House 
8/2 Portland, OR at Valentines 
8/3 Oakland, CA at Stork Club 
8/4 San Francisco, CA at Jenifer Howard's House 
8/5 San Francisco, CA at Pissed Off Petes w/CCR Headcleaner 
8/6 Monterey, CA at Jose's Lounge Underground 
8/7 Los Angeles at The Smell w/Mike Vidal (Abe Vigoda), Back To The Future Ride 
8/9 Los Angeles at Tribal Cafe w/ Lots of Crap Night w/ Dylan Doren, Murmaid 
8/10 Tempe, AZ at Yobs 
8/11 Austin, TX at Club 1808 w/Zoltars and Holy Wave 
8/12 Austin, TC Wyatt Tall's House

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